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2016 FORD MUSTANG GT

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July 2016

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47000 Kms

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Petrol

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Car Condition

  • Engine

    Excellent

  • AC

    Excellent

  • Brakes

    Excellent

  • Electricals

    Excellent

  • Battery

    Excellent

  • Overall

    Excellent

  • Exterior

    Excellent

  • Interior

    Excellent

  • Suspensions

    Excellent

  • Tyres

    Excellent

  • Seats

    Excellent

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Owner's Comments

  • The replacement for the Gallardo, Lamborghini’s most successful ever car, with over 14,000 sold since 2003. That gives the Huracan a suitably mountainous task, one that Lamborghini has chosen to tackle by playing against type and taking a safe option. The Huracan is no radical reimagining of the modern supercar. There are no hybrid systems here, for instance. In fact what there is, is familiarity. The 5.2-litre V10 is carried over, albeit heavily reworked, and it’s still positioned in the middle of the car and drives all four wheels.
  • It doesn’t take long on the move to confirm that the Huracan has reined in Lambo’s bad-boy schtick. The first thing you notice is how well it rides, how well mannered it is. At a motorway lick the soundtrack is oddly anodyne, sounding busy not ballsy, while the suspension isolates bumps, thumps and staves off surface irregularities ably.
  • The cabin is theatrical, dramatic and laden with both jet-inspired functionality and Audi-donated quality. There’s no central screen, instead all functions are dealt with on the main display behind the steering wheel. There’s no traditional gearlever either, while the Anima button on the wheel allows you to toggle through the various Strada/Sport/Corsa options. The driving position is good, the view out through the narrow window less so, but very emotive.
  • Lambo may be under Audi’s wing, but that’s not to say costs have been brought in line. This is still a mighty costly car to buy and run – over £200,000 with a few options added and fuel economy likely to hover in the late teens at best. Probably the least of your worries if you’re minted enough to buy one new. A lack of Porsche 911-like practicality is also unlikely to be of great concern; there’s not much showboating value to be had in Tesco’s car park. The initial batch of cars will be in great demand though, so early retained values should be high.

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  • Price

    $450000

  • Year

    April 2015

  • Odometer

    1729 miles

  • Fuel

    Petrol

  • Transmission

    Automatic

  • Car Available at

    Sant'Agata Bolognese

  • Color

    Nero Serapis Metallic

  • Fuel Efficiency

    NA

  • Sold By

    Owner

  • No. of Owners

    One

  • Registered at

    Sant'Agata Bolognese

  • Insurance

    Two Years (or) 30000 miles

  • Lifetime Tax

    2020

  • Profile Id

    CCULH0911

  • Last Updated

    One Month ago

  • Status

    Online

  • Safety

  • Braking & Traction

  • Locks & Security

  • Seats & Upholstery

  • Storage

  • Doors, Windows, Mirrors & Wipers

  • Entertainment, Information & Communication

  • Comfort & Convenience

  • Length

    3500 mm

  • Width

    1600 mm

  • Height

    1490 mm

  • Wheelbase

    2360 mm

  • Doors

    2 Doors

  • Seating Capacity

    2 Person

  • Fuel Tank Capacity

    35 litres

  • Fuel Type

    Petrol

  • No of gears

    5 Gears

  • Transmission Type

    Automatic

  • Registered at

    Sant'Agata Bolognese

  • Status

    Online

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